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Characterization of temperature-sensitive mutants of human respiratory syncytial (RS) virus
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1990.
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Wright PF, v Mills J, Chanock RM. Evaluation of a temperature-sensitive mutant of respiratory syncytial virus in adults. J Infect Dis. Nov; (5)– Wright PF, Woodend WG, Chanock RM. Temperature-sensitive mutants of respiratory syncytial virus: in-vivo studies in hamsters. J Infect Dis. Dec; (6)– The permissive temperature is the temperature at which a temperature-sensitive mutant gene product takes on a normal, functional phenotype. When a temperature-sensitive mutant is grown in a permissive condition, the mutated gene product behaves normally (meaning that the phenotype is not observed), even if there is a mutant allele present.
RSV stands for respiratory syncytial virus, the most frequent cause of serious respiratory tract infections in infants and children younger than 4 years of age. RSV causes nasal stuffiness and discharge, cough, and sometimes ear infections. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most important cause of viral lower respiratory tract illness (LRTI) in infants and children [1,2].In the United States, it is estimated t–, infants are hospitalized annually with RSV pneumonia or bronchiolitis and that the rate of hospitalization for bronchiolitis has increased since .Cited by: Structural characterization of respiratory syncytial virus fusion inhibitor escape mutants: Homology model of the F protein and a syncytium formation .
Cold‐passaged, temperature‐sensitive mutants of human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are highly attenuated, immunogenic, and protective in seronegative chimpanzees, even when RSV antibodies are infused shortly before immunization,Cited by: The study was designed to characterize the bacteria isolated from the respiratory tract of man considering their health status. A total of 60 throat swab samples were aseptically collected. Purchase Nonsegmented Negative Strand Viruses - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Structural Analysis of Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus Genome Temperature-Sensitive Mutants of VSV Interfere with the Growth of Wild-Type Virus at the Level of RNA SynthesisBook Edition: 1.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedFifteen temperature-sensitive mutants pdf the RSN-2 strain of respiratory syncytial virus have been classified into six complementation groups, two of which appeared to be homologous with two of the three complementation groups of the A2 strain described by Wright et al.
( by: Summary Download pdf revised nomenclature for the polypeptides of respiratory syncytial (RS) virus has been devised on the basis of comparison of the Long, A2 and RSN-2 strains by slab-gel electrophoresis.
Seven polypeptides, now designated VP, VGP48, VPN41, VPP32, VPM27, VP25 and VP10, were observed in preparations of all three strains of RS virus, irrespective of Cited by: A clinical trial of a ebook induced respiratory syncytial (RS) virus mutant, with restricted growth at 37°C, ebook carried out on adult male volunteers with low levels of nasal neutralizing antibody, to evaluate degree of attenuation, host response and stability of the mutant.
13 men were given mutant virus in the nasopharynx by instillation and by: